A16 How FMI logs can help in characterising depositional and diagenetic facies in carbonate reservoirs - examples from two Libyan fields Methodology 1 DI CUIA R. (+) CALINE B. (§) LEDUC J.P. (§) KNECHT L. (#) (+) G.E.Plan Consulting via M.M. Boiardo 44100 Ferrara ITALY [email protected] The complete characterisation of depositional and diagenetic facies is an important step in the process of understanding the reservoir potentiality of carbonate reservoirs. Facies distribution diagenetic characteristics porosity types and fracture/stylolites identifications are key parameters to correctly describe carbonate reservoirs. The absence of sufficient “direct subsurface information” (cores) is often a limitation in this


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